You see, with the present economic recession still among us, people are many times unable to pay their car loans. These vehicles are then repossessed or seized and sold at public car auctions. In particular, every car that's been acquired under a government contract can be sold at a government car auction. Needless to say, these vehicles usually go for much less than their street value, since the lien holder needs to make his money back as soon as possible. Now, this all sounds great but, how about the condition of these cars?
Contrary to popular belief, vehicles sold at a government car auction are usually pretty new and in very good conditions. What's more, bidders can always inspect all vehicles first hand before the repossessed car auction begins, and VIN checks are offered for free by most auctions for extra safety. The real trick seems to be to attend or easily have knowledge of as many government auctions as possible, since an auction with very few attendees ( and bids ) may very well mean the car deal of a lifetime.
The best resource to find a reputable government car auction in your local area can be found at http://Repossessed-
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